Motorola's final Android device of 2010 has been revealed. Does the manufacturer end the year on a bang? Here are our initial impressions of this new addition to the Motorola lineup.
To be, or not to be a tablet? That is the question we asked of the Dell Streak, an Android 2.2 powered device with cellular capabilities on a 5-inch display. We shed light on the Dell Streak's identity crisis in our review.
There is a certain charm to having a physical QWERTY keyboard and a reverse trackpad on a phone. Question is, did the Motorola CHARM manage to do just that, and charm its way into our hearts? Here are our impressions.
Named after its Z-hinge design, the HTC Desire is a fine combination of aesthetics and performance, with a dash of practicality from its QWERTY keyboard. Here's our impression of the Desire Z and its HTC Sense on Google's Android 2.2 platform.
With Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 fully ready, the newly deployed OS makes its way onto devices such as the LG Optimus 7. We share some of our findings and thoughts on this new LG mobile phone in our first of many Windows Phone 7 related reviews to come.
The stage is set for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 to take its place in the race to regain its smartphone dominance. At its official launch, we got a whiff of the updated mobile OS, loaded on the newest and fastest devices that will be reaching our shores very soon.
At this year's Nokia World, the spotlight lands on the Finnish company's reinforced focus on its Symbian^3 portfolio, such as the new Nokia E7. We present some of the major highlights of the annual mobile showcase by Nokia.
Though it shares the same business-centric focus as its E-series siblings, does the E in the Nokia E5 stand for excellence? Let our fingers do the talking as we put this QWERTY-equipped Symbian phone to the test.
As one of the rare few Windows Mobile and one of Sony Ericsson's Greenheart devices available in 2010, the Sony Ericsson Aspen marries both touch screen technology with a physical QWERTY keyboard. Here's our thoughts on this eco-conscious device.
Taking its first step to fully utilize the mobile ecosystem, the Samsung Wave and its accompanying bada OS is the company's answer to the rise of Google's Android and Apple's iOS. Here's our findings on the potential from this new kid on the block.